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In yesterday’s webinar, David Thomson and Francesca O’Neill discussed date of knowledge, looking at how claimants should assess date of knowledge and present this in proceedings. They also looked at defendants’ assessment and tactics to improve their poor outcome in much of the case law. If you missed it, you can view it here:


In this webinar, Paul Stagg and Lisa Dobie seek to explain the circumstances in which a claim may succeed on the basis of demonstrating a material contribution to an adverse outcome in the clinical negligence context. They consider the concept’s relationship to the establishment of liability and assessment of quantum, in relation to both physical


We know it’s hard to imagine the team at 1CL as mindless zombies or bloodsucking creatures of the night, but we do love our annual Trick or Treat outing. And this week has seen plenty of Treats for both Claimants and Defendants. On the Claimant side, the Federal Court of Australia found that Carnival’s class


What amount of damage is necessary before a claim for a data breach or of misuse of private information is actionable?   In TLT and others v The Home Office [2016] 2217 (QB), Mitting J noted that the threshold was based on the “de minimis principle”, but how is that principle to be applied in practice? 


We are proud to see our clerks receiving such positive feedback in the latest Chambers UK Bar directory.   “The clerking service is very strong – everyone is highly responsive and easy to work with. They are impeccable and Clark Chessis, the senior clerk, leads by example.” “The clerking is fantastic, they will bend over


We had an excellent turnout for our Virtual Open Day last week, when barristers Paul Stagg, Ella Davis and Henk Soede, along with senior clerk Clark Chessis, spoke about life at 1CL and the Bar, as well as about pupillage, mini pupillage and diversity and inclusion. It was a very interactive session which gave aspiring


Regular readers will recall that the team was delighted, a couple of weeks ago, to report that 1CL has once again been nominated Barristers’ Chambers of the Year in the Personal Injury Awards 2021; this week we bring you news of our excellent rankings in Chambers and Partners, to be found here: 1 Chancery Lane,


In this webinar Sarah Prager and Ian Clarke discuss Data Protection. They covering: The Data Protection Act 2018 Processing principles Lawful processing Special category data Reasons for processing data Fairness and transparency Quantum – damages for distress Quantum – damages for breach of the Act The Human Rights Act 1998 View the slides – Data


‘Will always go the extra mile for his clients and is a brilliant advocate.’ ‘Hugely experienced and excellent in every way. ‘ ‘A really brilliant barrister whose advocacy at a high level was very impressive.’ ‘Really excellent at getting to the heart of the case.’ ‘Responsive, super intelligent and understands very complex issues.’ These are


On Thursday 19 October the Financial Conduct Authority announced that Credit Suisse had been fined £147m and undertaken to forgive $200m of debt owed to it by Mozambique following an investigation into matters which became known as the Tuna Bonds scandal[1]. Simon Newman of 1 Chancery Lane assisted the FCA with the investigation from February


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